After the description of the pets, there's some stuff about a cult trying to create death chimeras, an interview that elucidates nothing, and an addendum that implies that the cult is trying to create human chimeras (I think?). I am not going to review any of these because I think that they are detrimental to the article.
The stuff about Gothic death cults especially comes out of nowhere and is comprised of mostly extraneous detail (e.g. how they're made). The one thing that I did like about the Gothic death cult was that they screwed up and made adorable house pets for the elderly rather than civilization-ending demons. I think that if you're planning to continue with this article, focusing on the thwarted plans of the death cult that would be the way to go (although the stuff about human chimeras can be safely jettisoned).
On the whole, however, this isn't ready for posting. It's a mishmash of disparate parts that fail to cohere or leave any kind of lasting impression.